Matthew Chaim delivers his new full-length project, The Mathematics of Nature. The 7-track album includes his previously released singles, “Sunflowers” and “Reason,” as well as 5 brand new tracks. Much of the inspiration for the record was captured during Chaim’s cross-country road trip from his hometown of Montreal to his new base in Los Angeles, CA. Inspired by the beauty of nature, mathematics, and the ways in which they intersect and diverge, The Mathematics of Nature arrives as a journey of personal growth and self-discovery.
“The Mathematics of Nature is a conversation with myself, a conversation with my father, a conversation with someone I love,” Chaim writes of the record. “It is a meditation on the helpless nature of death, the healing nature of love, and the restless nature of our own minds. It is a creative collaboration between myself and my dearest friend Rabitt aka Jason Wu. It is a short LP, a long EP, a stream of consciousness, a hopeful expression of vulnerability and change. And it is meant to be completely and entirely yours. I love you. Thank you. Amen.”
Matthew Chaim has been making waves with his indie-electronic soundscapes and lyrical storytelling since his 2016 breakout “Vanilla Ways.” Quickly building organic Spotify buzz, Chaim followed the initial success with a soulful EP titled Homemade. The now-LA based singer/songwriter started to tease out The Mathematics of Nature this Summer with the two lead singles, “Sunflowers” and “Reason,” which captured the hearts of fans and key tastemakers alike.
The Mathematics of Nature Track List
1. Tender (Intro)
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